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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i^S'Kxk SIX im LCTIIBRIDGE DAILY HEHALb; .rHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, ini8 Alta. Legislattite in Session flt 1917.  V?e are now I'nllort upon ( \ ilnajte: o'Dti greater efforts lu produi'-,IOn tor 1918 and the prospenls at UU^ lima are most enoonraglng. 1 In November last. Alberta liad llii' i honor of welcomInK His Kxcellerno j the Duko ot bovonahlro. coveruor-Ke"- � oral p^NCanada, for the first time siwrp he assiitiiefltliar liigli otfiio. Tlie doiip Interest evincrd by liim In thp rc-HOtirccs of our proviiue. and (be \vi>'.-fars of oiir peojile. is a happy angury for tha liitiire. .1 am parllciiliirly ploasrd on thi^ occasion la b�r Buch foodstuffs as are essential ro'tlio proper maintenance of onr soldiers in ! ROYAL. YEAST CAKES I HON. CHAS. STEWART the field, and the various problems | wiio is Ueadtnf: tbe Government for concernlnK the returned men. confront j the first time as Premier in the sus-lis each day in every walk of life. We sion jnsl opened, must face these problems alike tro'U j ^ H national, as well as Irom provincial and individual siuudpoints. and my Koveinment feels, .ibut in facing tin! uddcd duties and responsibilities "^iu.' to tbe nnlooked for prolongation of tho war. the administrstion of all public matters siuuild be conducted as economically as possible. To thi.^ end ters. as well as other public and private hills requiring attention, will be brought before you. and I commend tliem to yonr serious consideration,, .My Rovernnient is firmly of tbe opinion that while the duty of caring tor returned soldiers devolves upon the jIn Spite of Lack of R^infprce- nicnts Good Work Wa> . Done ', Ottawa, Feb, T.-A report on tho op-; cratlons of ^ the Canadian forestry I corps in Kr.ittce for the month of Dc-; cembcr issued Ironi llie militia depnrN ; mont today atlites bi opening "that tho ! companies arc nil consider/ibly under ; strength owing to tho difficulty In got-1 ting relnforcomouts." Production, however, grcjjtly Increased in spite of the , lack of rclnforcenipnts, t.lie corps was } engaged on the production of sawn 1 lumber to bo used In the construction 1 of huts for the British, French and ; American urmles. The work of producing fuel wood ; for the men In tho torv.ard areas was also undertaken by tbe forestry corptt, nnd their operations added not u little to the comfort of the troops. This wood is taken to the fighting units by -: ? : > : ""'"'es- \ , 1 During. UiB month the good work of RACK ftN TviP OLD JOB A the officcrs amrmen of tho Canadian V BACK ON TV � "rmy areas was-fpcognixed by the be-in his oidlnumts as istrlcl 4.istowal upon five officers, one serg-..sengor nKont of the C P 11 � p""' ""1 '^"^ P'-'^'^tes of the Croix De ferred from Alberta east, but ^'^V f'^''- ., , ,.,.,, the C.P.R. found Alberta was ? , , '^^'1,',J ^�na the rieht place for Uim and he  ^ U.S.O. by Sir Douglas llaig. wttile r,o fon throltl terrlton He a ! �even other officers, one X.C.O. and warr,�hc citf .oda> � : : : : : terei^t departmenTs oV the-service, ,t i >f ^ing of onr capital until the end lower cost of administration. The Patriotic Fund j of the war. so that the province may be in a position to undertake various necessary public works, thus absorb- AnoUier measure, due to the un- j ^, p^,'^,,ion ot the labor which looked for prolongation of the war. ,^.i, ^, available ai that time. It is. X9hch you wli be asked to consu er. ,j,erefore. the intention of my govern-vill provide for (he ral.sing of 'h^'\n,ent w uml^rv^Ue ,n\y nnch nesy y,ov), Mlount necessary to meet the pro- j, connection with the ordinary acti-Tlnolal grant to^the Canadian Pair,-, j j departmt^ms of *^ *i?'"'M I'�fli  � " � > BRITISH WAR SECRETARY ? ? EXPECTED TO RESIGI>i * : London, Feb. i!.-The resig- ? ? nation ot the Earl of Derby as secretary of war in the British ! Yorkshire Post today. : * '> > > '� * Quong, Quong Lee, Lem Schu, Ous Al-I los. Harry Nlehas. Fred Christ, Alex. 1 .\pergas and Nick SiSirou. i HREE KILLED BY. AMERICAN AW . NRAIDinANS "GASGARETS" FOR A GOLD, RAO BREATH OlJNalflTrtS & LdCKSMlTHS-Oun bntrels �tralclit6ne(i, guns reitock-edi^lun work done by a suntmith, /kcyf^^BdCi look*repaired, btoyolu, tsipowriters, ^honoKraphi. any llfht roaciilnery .repiiiret], lawn moWera (harponcd. D, B. Mncdonal'j. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phon* 1038, 413 4th Ave, S. i "BocfroR aAiiBiiArnl PIANO TUNINO a. H. 0RIPP8. ISXPERT TUNBR- PUyer-Plaiio and Organ Hepalrer: �0 years' factory experlencfi. Hon* ours CertMlcate M.T, Aaan.. London. �nKland. Reterouccs to the leading luualcians ot tbe�ntty. Piiona 1181 3263 6th Avt9!4tl8T ORAO> nate of Royal College ot Dental Sur* gfons Toronto and bolder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office: roopit. 5-6 Bryan Block.'Phono 1071. DK L. T. ALLEftJ-DBNTiiJl'. (SUC-oessor to Drs. Courtice ft Gilchrist). Graduate of UntveraUy of Maryland. Boorea 8-ft Macdonald Block. Phons 1165, Lethbrldge, Alta. ' bRS. M.ARRS AND MARRS-DENT-. Ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Hlg-Inbothaa Block. Phone 374. _ DR. hi. a SJMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College ot Surgeons. (Bng.) Licentiate Royal College oC Physicians (London) L.D.S.. I9C0. Fours-9-12; 1-5. Otyc* C-S HIg-inbothaiii Block. Phone 161S. MacKAY & MacK AY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embalmcrs; office aa^ rosidoace. Motor and 'horse drawn equiptncnt. 803 3rd Ave. 8..Phono 1802. Always npon, never Closed. FARM PRODUCE ES With the American Army In France. Feb, G.^Two American aviators accompanied a French esca-drlUe on a bombing, expedition last Seat for Liver and l^wela, for Biliousness, Sour Stomach and Cons- ' tipatlon.' Get a ill-cent box now. Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indiges-I! tlon, SaIlo%w Skin and Miserable Head-aches, come from a torpid^Uver and Carter's yttle Liver PiUs You Cannot be .^^K A Remedy That Makes Life Constipated and Happy Small PiU e . Small Dote SoMlt Price Worth Living snuiae bears tisnature A�li^^SrhV;:;i.o^ni^'r barter's iron pills colorless faces but will greatly help most pale-faced people many night. Tlie Frenchmen dropped their,--------------.. -,,, bombs "and the squadron started on | clogged bowels, which cause "�your the return trip. ^-- i stomach to become filled with undl- �At daylight an enemy squadron ot' gested food, wljlch sours nnd ferments eight planes was encountered well like garbage in a swill barrel. That's ; above the clouds and a getieral engage- the first step to untold misery-In- .N'ow Vork, Feb. 7.-Three persons ' !*ent ensued. The ^Americans each digection, foil! gases, bad breath, yel were killed and 13 ovferccme by gas ! picked ~^nt, an enemy machine, and low skjn, mential fears, everything that ; fumes in various section:i of Brookl^.n I Within a few minutes one of theni a is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret ; early today. The med'cal examiner of'second lieutenant, got a sts-eam of ma- \ K-ng's county announ.ced an ihvestiga-1 llun would be started to fix. responsl- lilily for the alarming increase in the j number of accidental abphyxiations. ; i"nce January 1, more luan 50 per-1 sons have been s-uffoc -�.o I and more 1 than 200 rci,d.--red unconscioiiF by gas in r.rooklyn Cne explannMin w''*' �. the flame in healers and illuminating | jets during zero werather frequently I went out as a Result of .the weak flow. von kuehlmann to get rich wife AUCTION SALE 4 THE|i?E WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE 21 Mares and Geldings ^ to 9 years old, luOO to 1500 lbs. All broke to work. Also team /. harness, horse blankets. At the Warner Livery Barn, Alberta,* On Sat, February 9tK AT ONE O'CL'^OCK SHARP. TERMS CASH. J, A, SMITH AUCTIONEER chine gun bullets into the enemy. The German plane toppled over and feil crashing towards the earth. The other American failed to get his' man. Twenty enemy aeroplanes which endeavored to cross the American lines were violently shelled by the anti-I aircraft batteries and driven oft. MARCONI NOT COMING Washington, Feb. 7.-The Italian embassy today received the following, despatch from Baron Sonnlno,, Ui# Italian minister of foreign affairs; "The rumors that-there'will, be a change in the Italian - embassy at Washington are devoid of foundation." The foregoing is in denial of a despatch frpni Rome that William Marconi was to become successbi; to 'Vnjij dassador Di Cellere. i*\ tonight will give your.,- constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They worlc while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and-then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never knoitt a miserable moment. Don't forget the children-their little insldes need a good, genUi 'wiean^sing, too,-Advert, farm products limited WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALF.tVLFA MIJAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbrldge, Raymond and Magrath. Wiethor you want to bur or �oll we will mail yen our Weekly Market Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDINQ Lethbridg; : ; : Phone 777 W. i.foya, Mgr,. Rea. Phone 36S M. R. HazeII, Acct., Res. Phone 17S3 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING-324 11th St. S. 45-� London. Feb. T.-A despatch to the Exchange Telegraph .Comptitiy from Amsterdam ;say8 Dr. Von Kuehlmnnn, the Germati secretary of foreign affairs, is betrothed to Prau Von Fried- laenderfuld. who after Frau Bertha i . WESTERN HAIL^'RATES; Krupp Von Bo^hlen Und'Kalbach, i%i Hegliiit,, Sask., Feb. G.-Members of renorled to be tha richest woman In , ^^^^ ^yestern Canada Hail UnderwrU- ers asBocIa.tion meet this afternoon reported to be the richest womaii in Germany, Frau Von Frledlaeiiderfuld I is the divorced wife of the Hon..'John Mitford, son of the late Lcird Redes-dale. . ' GEO. H. LEGLER Nanton, Alberta, and G. P. DEARDORFF AUCTIONEERS will sell together In the-Lethbrldae � district. Write, wire or see G. P. Deardorff, Box 550, Lethbrlf-ae. j. s. dennis pres'd forestry: association .Montreal, Feb. 7.-Col. J. S. Deanis, of the C. f. R., was elected president ot the Canadian Forestry Association' and .1. S. Gillies, Braeslde, vice pres; Ident. Hon. W. K. G. I'ostar, premier of New Brunswick, was made a vice president for Ne.w Brunswick. Secretary Robson Black's report showed increased activity in every branch ot the'assoclatlon wtyk. Tho membership now numbers S,200. � three billions for third liberty loan Washington, Feb.'7'.'-Tliree billion dollars will be raisodflu-advan^ce^ for the third Llberiy.loan, which probably will be launched In April,'by sale of certificates ot indebtedness uuder u "plan.looking to syatonmUc Investment by every bank in the .short term seuur-itles. ; .V for the purpose of consider/ng the rates to be effective tor this season's business. ' SUCCESSFUL RAID t,ondon, Feb. 7.-^"Liverpool trofips carried out a successful raid last night east of Aniiontieres, capturing several prisoners and machine guha," 'says io-day's war officn report, "Our casualties were light. 'The hostile ajrtUlery has shown some activity southwest . of Cambrai and .south ot Lens." ' . It Works! Try It Tells How .to Loosen a Sop'e, Tender Corn So It Lifts . � Out Without-Pain. . � fc .> ,> � � 4f � *  �  IN SASKATCHEWAN ? Iteglna, Feb. T.-'rJ^"' Kol- * > lenbrunner, a wealthy-Oermaii ; ; : : : ? lt gX cutting P-; P- Box 1^0- Lethbrldee. Alberta Live Dealers Wanted In EveryTown. DRAYING